10th Anniversary Giveaway and a final note . . .

What better way to wrap up our 10th Anniversary celebration than with some thoughts from artist and friend Jenn Mason . . . . and a big giveaway.

All you have to do is leave a comment here, telling us what you'd like to see more of in Cloth Paper Scissors, and you're automatically entered.

We will randomly choose THREE winners on March 6th.  One winner will receive the 10th Anniversary kit and the collection of Best of . . . videos from Mixed-Media Workshop, and two others will each get the collection of Best of videos from Mixed-Media Workshop.

We're looking forward to hearing from you!   ~ Barb Delaney

10 Reasons Mixed Media Makes the World a Better Place

By Jenn Mason

It's been 10 years since I purchased my first issue of Cloth Paper Scissors, and I've gone from reader, to contributor, to editor, to editorial director, to my position now as its biggest fan. I've loved every minute of the ride and I'm even more excited by what the Cloth Paper Scissors team will create in the next 10 years. I'm terribly happy to help join in the celebration of 10 magical mixed-media rotations around the sun.

 

 

Here are Jenn's top reasons:

1.  It's easy to get started. All you need is some paint, a surface, some found paper or objects, and gel medium. 

 

2.  You have options. Don't want to paint, make assemblage. Afraid of nails, wood, and liquid nails, wire some beautiful jewelry pieces together. Don't wear jewelry, try felting (machine, wet, or hand!) felting.

 

Art by Beryl Taylor

3.  It's eco-friendly. You can reuse just about everything in mixed-media art: old clothes, jewelry bits, junk mail, and lots, lots more.   

 

 

Art by Melanie Testa

4.  Art Journals: Do I really need to say more??

 

 

Art by Julie Fei-Fan Balzer

 

 5.  Your world gets smaller. Get to know Jane Davenport from Australia, Jen Cushman from Arizona, and Dea Fischer from Canada.

 

6.  Lots of inspiration.

 

                                                 Artist Jane Davenport


 

 

7.  You're constantly able to improve yourself:  Craftdaily.com

 

 

 8.  You have a tribe: Artists &Makers. Learn about people just like you. 

 


9.  You contribute to the economy. You can't help buying new and interesting supplies.

 

10.  Without mixed media, there would be no Cloth Paper Scissors

Gesso and bone folders,

Jenn

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